From 350 Action Team <[email protected]>
Subject New Hampshire
Date October 12, 2022 5:33 PM
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John -

As you may know, so much of the action that we can take on climate exists
at the state and local level. While Congressional races are extremely
important, down ballot races are equally important, even though they
rarely get the same level of attention.

That’s why we’re thrilled to partner with 350 New Hampshire to support a
slate of New Hampshire State House candidates that support bold climate
policy in their platforms – including an end to fossil fuels, investments
in renewable energy, and a Green New Deal.

If you’re ready to help elect a slate of climate champions to the New
Hampshire State House, will you sign up to volunteer at one of the events
below? We’ll get you everything you need to start contacting voters.

Here are the full details:
[ [link removed] ]Write Postcards for New Hampshire

Please note, you will need access to a printer & stamps.

[ [link removed] ]Learn more & RSVP →

[ [link removed] ]Text Voters in New Hampshire
Thursday, Oct 13 and Friday, Oct 14
4:00 - 6:00 pm ET / 1:00 - 3:00 pm PT

[ [link removed] ]Learn more & RSVP →

[ [link removed] ]Call Voters in New Hampshire
Tuesday, October 18
12:00 – 1:30pm ET / 9:00 - 10:30am PT

[ [link removed] ]Learn more & RSVP →

[ [link removed] ]Knock Doors in New Hampshire
Various locations
Thursday, Oct 13 – Sunday, Oct 16
4:00 - 7:00 pm ET

[ [link removed] ]Learn more & RSVP →

To see a list of our endorsed candidates, [ [link removed] ]click here.

This effort is the first in a series of volunteer opportunities as part of
our Climate Vote Project. Together, we will mobilize hundreds of thousands
of climate voters before the midterm elections in order to elect climate
champions up and down the ballot.

We know that climate legislation is possible, but only if we have the
right people in office. We just saw this with the most historic climate
legislation to date – the Inflation Reduction Act. But in order to go
further, we must grow our climate majorities not just in Congress, but in
state houses across the country.

If elected, these candidates will fight for more than climate justice
alone. We’re proud to share that these endorsed candidates also have
strong stances on progressive issues like racial justice, immigrant
justice, LGBTQIA+ rights, reproductive justice, health care for all, and

Please help us win these critical elections by signing up to volunteer

Thank you so much and let’s win this!

350 Action Team

P.S. If you’d like to learn more, please join the [ [link removed] ]Special Briefing on
New Hampshire Climate Deniers tomorrow, October 13 at 6pm ET to learn
about the history of climate denial in New Hampshire politics.


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